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As a historical place, Bukit Melawati has several renmants from the past that appeal to those interestied in its history. A few leftover cannons and foundation stones attract visitors here for their historical values of Bukit Melawati (or Melawati Hill). Apart from being a historical site, being at the top og the hill gives you an excellent panoramic view of Selangor coastline. You would be able to see the Straits Of Malacca on a clear day, or bask in the warmth of a sunset on a clear day, or bask in the wamth of a sunset on a calm evening. Some fishing settlements are within view as well.
The Hill of Melawati is also home to the Silver-Leafed Monkeys and Long-Tailed Macaques. You can purchase peanuts from vendors around the area at Bukit Melawati and feed the monkey. Although the Silver-Leafed Monkey are generally quite gentle, visitors are advised to be cautious with the Long-Tailed Macaques as they can be highly mischevious. Just be careful when feeding them as they are considered wild creatures and can be dangerous when provoked.
A trip to Kuala Selangor would be incomplete without exploring the uniqueness and miracles of the Kuantan Village Fireflies found in the midst of mangrove trees in this small villages. Visitors would experience riding on a traditional sampan (small boat) down the Selangor River and observe the fireflies in close proximity.
Kampung Kuantan is located about nine kilometres from the town of Kuala Selangor, the site is know as one of the largest firefly colonies in the world. Take a small boat into the quite darkness at night and you might find yourself amazingly enthralled by the thousands of fireflies (Kelip-Kelip) that flicker. At dust , the fireflies (Kelip-Kelip) gather in Berembang trees (mangrove trees) to feed on its tree sap and flash to attract a mate. Although both the male and female species light up, only the males do it together in union.